In a blistering decision, a federal judge declares that the prohibition must be quickly changed. The action could have reverberations on this year’s elections.
Voting rights advocates suspect federal agencies might be working with members of the disbanded panel to try to justify Donald Trump's claims of widespread voter fraud.
Donald Trump got one thing right: The voting system is “rigged"—though not in the way he thinks.
A new coalition forms to advance the civil rights leader's call for “a radical redistribution of economic and political power.”
Documents unearthed in a lawsuit against the Kansas secretary of state may explain why the president disbanded a White House commission on voter fraud and assigned its job to the Department of Homeland Security.
The president has indicated that the Department of Homeland Security will continue the commission's work. Experts say DHS won’t get the results he wants.
In a new case, the justices have the power to end extreme partisan gerrymandering before 2020. But what if they don't?
Former state Sen. Dale Schultz laments his support for tighter voter rules and reconfiguring districts and says he's happy the Supreme Court will weigh partisan gerrymandering.
The ruling was based upon arguments that came before the court prior to the seating of Justice Neil Gorsuch.
In an interview with Democracy Now!, journalist Ari Berman labels the newly created group "a voter suppression commission."